Welcome to Luminesce Publishing. Please bear with us while our site undergoes some improvements after a data loss. In the meantime, check out caniscareyou.com, the website of our first author and owner, Brandi Easterling Collins.
We are currently closed to submissions. For questions, please use the contact form on caniscareyou.com.
Coming soon, One Shot, the fourth publication of Luminesce Publishing. The title is currently available for ebook preorder on Amazon and set to release in paperback on January 23, 2021.
What happened to Julia Manchester?
When 13-year-old Julia disappears after a babysitting job, her older sisters Charlotte and Liv fear the worst. With their father running for president and their mother a retired actress—anyone could have taken Julia.
Exhausted from growing up in the public eye, the Manchester sisters want every spotlight shined on their family to find Julia—if they can convince the police she’s not a runaway.
Soon, Charlotte’s boyfriend Vincent suspects there’s something sinister about Julia’s disappearance, but Charlotte doesn’t know what to believe or who to trust.
Will Julia make it home safely, and will her family ever recover?
After almost two years of work on an over 20-year-old idea, it is finally publication day for “What I Learned That Summer.”
This is the third title published by Luminesce Publishing author Brandi Easterling Collins.
What’s it about?
Lesson One: Shut up long enough to listen.
At almost sixteen, aspiring writer Kincaid Walsh isn’t thrilled about spending the whole summer with her grandparents and aunt at their small motel in Arkansas.
Away from her friends, Kincaid agrees to her grandfather’s challenge to write down every lesson she learns during her time there. As Kincaid struggles to heal from her painful past, she learns more than she ever imagined when she meets one of her writing idols.
When they’re forced to work together, Kincaid is annoyed by Joseph, the teenage maintenance guy, but she soon realizes he’s hiding heartache of his own.
What other lessons will her summer hold? Only time will tell.